-If the guests want to stay at Hotel instead of Hanok stay on first night, it will be added surcharge.
-Surcharge to be incurred, if Hanok stay on the first day is changed to Hotel
-Stay at Hanok subject to change to hotel accommodation due to group size or room availability
-All destinations interchangeable between UNIQUE I & UNIQUE II
-No child fare is available
Driven to Gwangmyeong Cave. Gwangmyeong Cave is where joys and tears of coal mining workers remained intact. It was the heart of the evolution of modern industries in Korea and also a historical site of the Japanese colonial period. It takes pride itself as being the only one cave found in the metropolitan cities.
Next we will visit Onemount Snowpark, an indoor winter theme park, the first of its kind in Korea. A variety of entertainment programs are organized on snow and ice. The snow park features a Santa Village with a North European concept, unique sledding like animal sleds, an ice lake with 101 fun activities like ice bowling, ice road with seven themed caves and thrilling, fantastic rides, and a snow hill where visitors can enjoy snow sledding under the snow that falls year round. This is the world’s first theme park where visitors can watch aurora and ice shows at the Fairy Tale Village which is made of ice. Onemount Snowpark is set to be a popular tourist destination for both local and international tourists.
After the tour, back to your hotel with our guide.
Transfer to Suwon, enjoy lunch at korea Chicken restaurant. Chicken and beer –Chimaek are hot trend not only Korea but also other country. Especially Jinmi chicken is historical local restaurant in Suwon. If people don’t drink beer, replacing the soft drink. (There are not exist rice on menu so please notice about it).
After lunch, you visit to Hwaseong fortress. Hwaseong Fortress is a UNESCO World Heritage site. This impressive structure, built in the late 18th century during the latter part of the Joseon Dynasty (1392–1910), is the official fortress of Suwon. Explore the gates and artillery towers along the fortified walls, and listen as your guide explains how the fortress was constructed to demonstrate the king’s filial piety toward his father and to build a new pioneer city with its own economic power.
Next stop will be Everland Theme Park. South Korea’s largest theme park is like the Disney World of Asia, a massive complex filled with rides, food, fairy tales characters, animal shows and the country’s largest waterpark.
After shopping at Duty Free Shop, transfer to Seoul
Meet your guide after breakfast at your hotel for your full-day tour, starting with Unhyeongung Palace. Before arrive at Unhyeongung, you can see a Cheonggye Steam Park on the bus. Visit the Unhyeongung Palace and learn of life under Joseon Dynasty rule. Follow your guide through the servants’ quarters, kitchens and grand halls, and admire the traditional Korean architecture.
Then, you will visit Ginseng center which is Korea’s Number 1 All Natural Health Supplement. You learn about the reputed medicinal uses of the sought-after plant
Head to Tong-in Market. One of the most popular destinations of Tong-in Market is a small do-it-yourself eatery known as the Dosirak Cafe, or the "Lunchbox Cafe". You can use yeopjeon which is Korea traditional currency and with the yeopjeons buy diverse food on sale at nearby stores. You choose your meal from a range of traditional street food retailers, loading up their empty tray and then eating in the café.
After lunch, you will be driven to Trick Eye and Ice Museum. Trick Art Museum is the first museum in Korea to show optical illusion art. Inside, two-dimensional paintings on the museum walls, floors and ceilings seem to pop out and come to life, and have been specially designed for photos. Let your imagination fly as you step into the paintings and capture the most creative poses with your camera.
Then, visit Cosmetic Store at Seokpajeong which is cost effective cosmetic products galore!
Your guide will take you Bukchon Hanok Village. Bukchon Hanok Village is full of traditional Hanokhomes. It is a place that perfectly embodies the heritage and culture of South Korea. Famous for once being the residences of high-ranking government officials, the village is now a peaceful destination for visitors looking to taking a stroll through its comforting alleyways and calm, picturesque scenery. Boasting more than 600 years of history, the village reflects that of the tranquil views and nature of Neo-Confucianism.
Next you can feel romance walking through ‘Samchengdong – gil’. Samchenongdong – gil goes through the middle of the city, but is peaceful, quaint area. The street is lined with cafes, museums, antique shops and a number of famous art galleries. Free time at Samcheongdong – gil.
Enjoy breakfast at your hotel, head to N Seoul Tower which stands on Mt. Namsan in central Seoul. If you bring your own lock, you fasten a lock on the special fence.
Move to Gyeongbok Palace and watch changing guard ceremony at the largest palace in Seoul. If you are first time at Gyeongbok Palace, you look around palace during guard ceremony.
Then, visit to Bokanteong (Korean herb). There are oriental raison tree known to cleanse the kidneys.
Continue to experience Kimchi making and Hanbok wearing. Kimchi is a national side dish with over 180 historical varieties. Also, you can try on beautiful Korean traditional clothing.
After then, you drop at Itaewon Street and enjoy local Korean restaurant which is Bada Sikdang. The dish originated during the Korean War, and mix diverse ingredient such as spam, instant noodles, sliced American cheese, sausages, baked beans. Bada Sikdang is famous for Korean and best Jhonson stew in Seoul. Many Korea food program took a video at that place. Taste delicious food and feel local restaurant’s atmosphere.
After lunch. Visit Samsung D’light. Explore fascinating IT-related products at the Digital Pavilion.
Next, follow your guide through bus and on Lotte World Tower. Finally, cost effective cosmetic products galore at Seokpajeong!
After breakfast at your hotel, spend your morning at leisure until checkout time, when you’ll be transferred to Incheon International Airport for your departure.
*Itinerary subject to change due to local conditions*